|#2||I tried to add in a visual depth by deploying perspectivity to both the picture and letters. On the other hand, I tinkered with the proportionalities, such that they're perturbed from that of the 2-D projections of equal-spacing objects in the 3-D space. Hopefully, that makes the badge more dynamic. I also tried to do this in a visually pleasing way, keeping things harmonic.|
The badge should be black on a white paper.
Here I have integrated a dropping apple or a baby universe with (gravitational) waves, black hole, growing quantum gravity, and the celestial sphere of fixed stars. Gravitational constant G, scalar curvature R, and speed of light c are written on the curved whiteboard.
Black-and-white and color version :
This design is similar to Logo No.1, except changing two small apples in No.1 to one big apple. This is to simplify the figure in the emblem and to emphasize the connection/confrontation between the ancient idea and the current myth of universe on gravity.